Hold on to your socks, Midwesterners – 5 Seconds of Summer are coming next week. The Australian pop rockers take their “Rock Out With Your Socks Out” Tour to Detroit, Cleveland and Indiana between next Wednesday and Sunday. Tickets won’t be cheap on the secondary market, however, as the average secondary price for 5 Seconds of Summer tickets over the three upcoming shows is $151.99.
The band will hit Palace of Auburn Hills in Detroit on Wednesday, where tickets average $165.90 and get-in price starts at $46. On Friday they’ll hit Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland for their most expensive show in the Midwest. Tickets to the Cleveland gig own a secondary average of $207.89 and get-in price is $33. The weekend will culminate with a performance at Klipsch Music Center in Noblesville on Sunday. Tickets average $98.50 and the cheapest ticket is just $15.
On Wednesday 5 Seconds of Summer announced a release date for their forthcoming album.Sounds Good Feels Good will be released on October 23 via Capitol Records. It will be the band’s sophomore studio effort after 2014’s self-titled debut.
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5 Seconds of Summer to Release New EP Later This Month, Takes on the South This Week
(UPDATE 8/3/15) Australian pop rock outfit 5 Seconds of Summer is making the most of their 2015, and the group is slated to have a big August. The band will drop the She’s Kinda Hot EP on August 28 and play four shows in the South this week, and plenty of ticket demand exists on the secondary market.
According to TicketIQ the average secondary price for 5 Seconds of Summer tickets this week is $199.78. The band’s most expensive show will be held on Saturdayat the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in Texas, where tickets average $324.01 and get-in price is $52. One day prior they’ll play Gexa Energy Pavilion in Dallas. That show owns a secondary ticket average of $208.03, though tickets start at just $10.
Tuesday and Wednesday shows at KFC Yum! Center and Aarons Amphitheatre at Lakewood are the cheaper of the four gigs, with the Louisville stop on Tuesdayserving as the cheapest. That show has a $129.09 tickets average and $6 get-in price. Wednesday’s show at Aarons Amphitheatre averages $155.86 and get-in price is $14.
The Rock Out With Your Socks Tour continues its North American leg throughSeptember 13, when it wraps at Coral Sky Amphitheatre in California. 21 dates remain.
With 27 Shows Remaining, 5 SOS Tickets Averaging $150 on Secondary Market
(UPDATE 7/28/15) Earlier this month 5 Seconds of Summer began the North American leg of their Rock Out With Your Socks Out Tour. The Australian-based pop rock band has 27 dates remaining through the middle of September and is still generating big demand on the secondary market. According to TicketIQ the average secondary price for 5 SOS tickets is $149.91. However, fans can find tickets starting for $10 or lower to several upcoming gigs
The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion welcomes the most expensive remaining show on August 8. The average secondary price for that show is $475.42 and the get-in price is $58. Other top-priced shows include September 13 at Coral Sky Amphitheatre ($298.88 avg./$20 get-in) and September 12, at MidFlorida Credit Union ($244.94 avg./$19 get-in).
Among the cheapest dates is a July 29 stop at Winnipeg’s MTS Centre, which owns a secondary average of $43 and the cheapest ticket is listed for just $2. On August 1 the band makes a stop at First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre has a secondary ticket average of $78.24 and a $9 get-in price. Fans can get into theSeptember 5 show at Xfinity Theatre for $8, August 25 at Molson Canadian Theatre for $7 and August 4at KFC Yum! Center for $10.
The ROWYSO Tour continues in the U.S. and Canada until September13.
5 Seconds of Summer Tickets Starting as Low as $2 for Several Upcoming ‘ROWYSO’ Tour Dates
(UPDATE 7/20/15) Fresh off the release of their new single “She’s Kinda Hot” last week, 5 Seconds of Summer are doing it all this summer. The band is currently in the midst of their headlining “Rock Out With Your Socks Out” Tour, which continues in North America through mid-September. Demand remains high to see the quartet live in concert as well, with 5 Seconds of Summer tickets on TicketIQ now averaging $142.98 on the secondary market.
The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion welcomes the band’s top-priced show on August 8. 5 Seconds of Summer Texas tickets currently own a secondary average of $469.56 and the cheapest available ticket is listed for $54. Other top-priced gigs includeSeptember 13 at Coral Sky Amphitheatre ($326.95 avg./$18 get-in), Quicken Loans Arena August 21 ($244.65 avg./$43 get-in) and MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre ($243.12 avg./$19 get-in).
Those demanding ticket prices won’t hold firm for all dates along the way, however. Winnipeg’s MTS Centre will host the cheapest “ROWYSO” tour date on July 29. That show currently owns a $42 ticket average and get-in price starts at just $2. In fact, many of the band’s upcoming dates will be considerably cheap just to get past the gates – including July 25 at Rogers Arena ($2 get-in) and July 27 at Rexall Place ($3 get-in).
The “Rock Out With Your Socks Out” Tour continues in the U.S. and Canada until September 13. 33 dates remain over the next two months.
5 Seconds of Summer Begin ‘Rock Out With Your Socks Out’ Tour Tonight in Las Vegas
(UPDATE 7/14/15) Australian pop rock superstars 5 Seconds of Summer officially kick off their “Rock Out With Your Socks Out” Tour tonight in Las Vegas. The quartet is slated to make 35 stops across the U.S. and Canada through the middle of September, and the boys are carrying big ticket prices for their live show on the secondary market.
According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for 5 Seconds of Summer tickets is $142.54 over the two-month run. The band plays its top-priced show on August 8 at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in Texas, where 5 Seconds of Summer Texas tickets average at $366.85 and the get-in price starts at $47. Other top-priced dates include September 13 at Coral Sky Amphitheatre ($303.91 avg./$18 get-in) and August 19 at Palace of Auburn Hills ($258.48 avg./$51 get-in).
If searching for 5SOS’s cheapest gig, that will come on July 29 at MTS Centre in Winnipeg. The average secondary price for 5 Seconds of Summer Winnipeg tickets is $41 and get-in price starts at just $2. Several of the band’s shows will see get-in price below $10, including July 25 at Rogers Arena in Vancouver ($2), July 27 at Rexall Place ($3) and July 22 at Shoreline Amphitheatre ($8).
The ROWYSO Tour continues in North America through September 13, when it wraps at Coral Sky Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach, Florida.
5 Seconds Of Summer Announce 2015 ‘Rock Out With Your Socks Out Tour’
Fresh from scoring a US number one album at the first attempt, Australia’s hottest music export have announced they will head out onto the road next year with the release of 5 Seconds Of Summer tickets for the Rock Out With Your Socks Out Tour.
The Sydney quartet, who sold an impressive 259,000 copies of their self-titled debut to enter at the top of the Billboard 200 this week, will first play in front of their ever-growing European fan base before travelling across the Atlantic for 30 dates across North America.
Kicking off at Las Vegas’ Mandalay Bay Events Center on July 17 – tickets for which are available on TicketIQ at a get-in price of $112 – Michael, Luke, Calum and Ashton will then visit the likes of Louisville’s KFC Yum! Center on August 4 ($122), Burgettstown’s First Niagara Pavilion on Aug 23 ($45) and Bristow’s Jiffy Lube Live ($45) on September 6 before wrapping up at West Palm Beach’s Cruzan Amphitheatre on Sept 13 ($45).
However, if you can’t wait until then, there are several opportunities to see the boyband-with-guitars in action in 2014. Firstly, there’s their supporting duties on One Direction’s Where We Are world tour, which arrives in North America at Toronto’s Rogers Centre on Aug 1 ($24) and winds up at Miami’s Sun Life Stadium on October 5 ($32). And secondly, 5 Seconds Of Summer tickets are also on offer for their three headlining warm-up shows at Phoenix’s Ak-Chin Pavilion on November 13 ($45) and Los Angeles’ The Forum on Nov 15 ($69) and 16 ($388).
Fans with 5 Seconds Of Summer tickets should expect to hear the majority of their chart-topping LP, including US Hot 100 hits “She Looks So Perfect,” “Don’t Stop” and “Amnesia,” while their recent 1D support sets have also included cuts from their Somewhere New E.P. and cover versions of Katy Perry’s “Teenage Dream” and The Romantics’ “What I Like About You.”
5 Seconds Of Summer Announced #5SOSForum Performance
After a successful tour amongst small venues in North America earlier this year, 5 Seconds Of Summer will headline Los Angeles’ The Forum this November. With limited numbers of 5 Seconds Of Summer Forum tickets available on the re-sale market for the November 15th performance, the average asking price is currently $289.60. That price puts it ahead of 25 dates during their Where We Are tour with One Direction, proving their may be a shift in power amongst to the pop-punk influenced group.
The general on-sale is this Saturday, with 5SOS themselves appearing at the box office to entice fans to show up in person. While the 17,500 capacity venue is expected to sell out almost immediately, the appearance from the band will provide a mega concert vibe at the on-sale event.
5 Seconds Of Summer To Open For One Direction
Many of you already know about the British pop band One Direction who rose to fame through a grassroots marketing campaign on Twitter and Facebook. Since this worked so well there is now another band trying to copy One Directions winning formula, that would be the Australian pop band 5 Seconds of Summer (5SOS) who just released their single “She Looks So Perfect” earlier on iTunes which went to #1 in 39 countries.
There can be no denying that 5 Seconds of Summer’s popularity has been greatly influenced by One Direction who have been quick to praise the pop band and have even helped them reach a larger audience by tweeting out links to their songs on Youtube. Additionally 5SOS were once again chosen to open up for 1D on their upcoming North American leg of the Where We Are tour later this summer after doing such a great job the year before on One Direction’s Take Me Home World Tour. One Direction’s Where We Are tour will travel to 31 cities across the United States and Canada from August to October and is presently averaging $280 for tickets to see two of the hottest groups in the world at the same time.
Aside from going on tour with their British counterparts later this summer 5 Seconds of Summer will be headlining their own tour in America in April. 5SOS will be embarking on a monthlong tour stopping in 10 cities along the way to play their own songs for fans. This tour may not be as big as the Where We Are tour but that hasn’t stopped fans from lining up for tickets which has caused prices to significantly increase. 5SOS has had such a demand for tickets that prices for their mini-tour are comparable to that of One Directions as they are averaging $253. At such similar prices it would make sense for fans to just wait until later this year to see 5 Seconds of Summer and One Direction together but if either way you can find 5SOS tickets and One Direction tickets here.